I am not sure if there is a workaround that you can apply from outside of the control. I took a look at the sizing and positioning implementation and here are some of the ways we can resolve this.
In the case, where each tick has a different size (width) and ticks have to be equally spaced out (assuming that you are using TickFrequency), we can set the distance between each tick to the width of the largest tick.
This way, the tick labels will not overlap (as in the version before the refactoring).
In the case, where the Ticks collection is used, then tick labels may overlap.
I am attaching a screenshot of what the behavior will be (when no Width is set and Ticks have sporadic sizes).
Please let me know if that is acceptable in your scenario.
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